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Is an independant Scotland going to be bad for the remainder of the Un-United Kingdom?

Poll closed Yesterday at 6:55 PM.
  1. Yes without a doubt it would have serious social/economic repercussions

    37.5%
  2. Yes but only a marginal effect

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. No not at all but would prefer we remain intact anyway

    25.0%
  4. No not at all, they can do whatever they want, we will be better off without them

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  5. Does anyone outside of Scotland really care anyway?

    37.5%
  1. MightyMission

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    guys can you give me an appraisal on a surround setup please?
    the mrs making me sell some bits i gathered over the years and i am not sure how to price this?
    its pretty much as new,a dell wl6000 5.1 setup.
    opinions please!
     
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    give it to me for free?
     
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    that's a very kind offer!
    i will have to pass though fella,i will never be holding the folding if i do that.
     
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    just trying to help a fellow TPU member get rid off his unwanted equipment:laugh:

    in all seriousness i'd say £50 is the average price off a 5.1 set up + £20 for the wirelss rear speakers - £10 for Dell and you get £60+ delivery
     
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    Bo$$ Lab Extraordinaire

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    they are going for £60 shipped on fleabay, so around £60 is great
     
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    cheers mister!
    i got loads of crap i don't want..prob is that no one else would want it either :laugh:
     
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    my estimate was right:cool: as always i continue to be the best person in the world :rockout: well, besides the obvious
     
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    Cheese can always be made better with worcester sauce!
     
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    and tomato and onions etc, its less about them improving the cheeses flavour and more about the cheese being an awesome team manager
     
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    True, my cooking so far has depended rather heavily on cheese, mainly because it's a BRILLIANT ingredient!
     
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    cant beat a tagliatelle or lasagne..thinking of food is making me hungry!
     
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    just made lasagne, fuck yeah!
     
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    :( my headphones just broke, I'm gonna get some sleep for now and then tomorrow make the dreaded call to play.com, anyone know what there like when it comes to replacing their low quality excuses for products
     
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    Alright fella!
    i'm too new here to know anyone yet :)
     
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    Hey man, yea he's a low-poster, just wondering if anyone UK has dealt with him.
     
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    Just made a croque monsieur which is just a sort of toasty, i dont think there is an English name for it?

    UseNow? Never heard of that user before sorry.
     
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    i'd never heard of a croque monsieur so i googled one and now i feel even more hungry!
    looks like a breville mixed with french bread.
    Damn i should eat something or go sleep so i stop thinking about food.:banghead:
    i wish the george formby didnt take so damn long to warm up,i could do with a cheese and ham panini
     
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    Croque Monsieur well basically its just a cheese and ham sandwich but cooked on a frying pan then grilled.
     
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    Super Noodles FTW!

    :p
     
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    Get HUSKIE to send you some of his special noodles from his local shop then... you won't regret it. They're for men only ;)

    I'm off to bed, g'night all
     
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    Super Noodles?

    [​IMG]

    Im joking i like noodles too.
     
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    :roll:

    Why do I find that so funny that I spent a whole 2 minutes laughing none stop :laugh:

    :slap:
     
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    good news....I got quite a substantial tax refund coming in, not enough to build a completely new rig from the top down, but enough for 1 mobo, 1 cpu & 4-8Gb ram

    To save costs, I will be putting my current mobo CPU & ram up for sale to go towards the cost of the upgrade.

    a 2600k is possible but chances are i'l be looking more at the bang for buck ratio and go with a 2500k. its not as if i have made real use of my quad Q9550 anyway since i got it, I rarely encode videos or music anymore so theres little reason for me to go for a quad.

    if anyone has any interest in giving my parts a good home. pm me
     
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    You can get cheapo noodles from chinese shops for like 35p a pack. And some of them come with soy sauce and sesame oil as well as the flavour packs too. Taste brilliant :)

    Would never touch super noodles lol not authentic
     

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